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the country needs. >> governor romney has been using his talents as a salesman to dress up the very same policies that failed our country so badly. >> the campaign is out with new ads. >> the president save the auto industry. >> president clinton says mr. obama needs to strike a good tone. >> it would be who both candidates to close on a positive note, making a case for themselves, a case against the other guy. >> tomorrow, the president had to ohio and will be spending the entire day. he has three different campaign stops, underscoring the importance of the buckeye state. let's get a look at mitt romney's final push. >> we saw mitt romney soften his tone during sandy but that has all changed. it is now back to business and game on. >> if i am elected -- a slip of the time in virginia, but he quickly went back into his stump speech and a new line of attack against the president. >> we don't need a secretary of business to understand business, we need a president who understands business and i do. >> he may appoint a secretary of business. his solution to everything is add another bureauc
, j. miller joins us now live in that newsroom. >> maryland is so blue that this would have been a sleepy campaign but the big ballot question has provided a huge political wakeup call. with that comes very big money. >> that tv ads have dominated the airwaves for weeks. >> follow the money had checked the facts for yourself. >> if we don't pass question 7, we will lose hundreds of millions for our school. >> to giants have been slugging it out in tv ads at a pace maryland has never seen. and gm wants to operate a new casino in prince george's county. >> if we don't pass question 7, west virginia winds and we lose. >> nationalist trying to protect its existing casinos. >> question 7 is a massive giveaway. >> according to the latest reports, the national has spent billions of dollars trying to defeat question 7. mgm and other supporters spent $40.2 million tried to convince voters to pass it. a total of $90.1 million on the sole question of expanded gambling. that is more than half the $155 million spent in the entire 2006 election. dozens and dozens of races. >> question 6 make a
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